Danny Tang 鄧俊傑大律師

T: (+852) 2523 2003
E: dtang@templechambers.com
Secretary: Jasmine Chik
E: jasmine@templechambers.com

Professional qualifications

Call 2017

Associate, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (ACIArb)


2016 PCLL, University of Hong Kong (Distinction)
2015 BCL, University of Oxford (Distinction)
2014 BA (Jurisprudence), University of Oxford (First Class Honours)
2011 BBA (Law), University of Hong Kong (First Class Honours)

Scholarships and prizes

2016 Bar Scholarship
2016 Middle Temple Scholarship
2015 Oxford Law Faculty Prize for best performance in Legal Concepts in Financial Law
2015 7 King’s Bench Walk Commercial Law Moot – Winner and Best Oralist
2015 Temple Chambers Pupillage Award
2014 Fountain Court Chambers Scholarship
2013 Philip C Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition – UK Champion
2012-14 Harris Manchester College Scholarship
2012 Oxford v Cambridge Clifford Chance LLP Roman Law Moot Court Competition – Winner
2009,11 Dean’s List, University of Hong Kong
2009-11 The Hong Kong Jockey Club Scholarship
2008-11 The University of Hong Kong Foundation Entrance Scholarship

Practice profile

Danny joined Chambers after completing his pupillage with Ms Linda Chan SC, Mr Jin Pao (now Mr Jin Pao SC), Mr Tony Li and Mr Wilson Leung. He is developing a broad civil practice and has been instructed in cases involving areas such as company, insolvency, commercial, public law and injunctive relief. He accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers’ work.

Selected Cases


SFC v Li Hejun & Ors [2017] 4 HKLRD 785, appeared on behalf of listed company directors concerning disqualification under the Carecraft procedure (led by Linda Chan SC)

Re China Animal Healthcare Limited (HCCW 156/2017), appeared on behalf of the petitioner for an application to appoint provisional liquidators, to resist striking out and an application for stay in favour of arbitration (led by Linda Chan SC)

Re China Animal Healthcare Limited (HCCW 156/2017), appeared on behalf of the petitioner for an O.24 r.10 application and to resist the respondent’s application for an interim stay (led by Linda Chan SC)

Commercial and Civil Disputes

Invest Gain v Novel Good Ltd (HCA 939/2013), appeared on behalf of the plaintiff at a trial on breach of warranties in respect of the sale and purchase of shares in a listed company (with Eva Sit)

Hiromi Okada v Tomohiro Okada & Anor (HCMP 2446/2017), appeared on behalf of the defendant for an application to stay proceedings in favour of Tokyo District Court and to discharge interim relief (led by Charles Hollander QC, Abraham Chan SC and with Martin Ho)

DBS Bank (Hong Kong) Ltd v Tian Wen Quan (HCA 3228/2016), appeared on behalf of the plaintiff and successfully obtained leave to appeal on one ground from first instance judge – whether a change of position defence is defeated by illegality in the use of PRC underground banking (sole advocate)

DBS Bank (Hong Kong) Ltd v Tian Wen Quan [2018] HKCA 65, appeared on behalf of the plaintiff for a renewed application for leave to appeal (sole advocate)

Full Pacific Development Ltd v Shea Ying Fai trading as Damien Shea & Co., Solicitors (HCA 376/2013 and HCA 377/2013), appeared on behalf of defendant solicitors at a trial on professional negligence (led by Victor Dawes SC)

Galsworthy Limited v Liu Cheng Chan & Ors (HCA 560/2017), appeared on behalf of defendants to strike out pleading and to discharge Mareva injunction (led by Bernard Man SC)

Galsworthy Limited v Liu Cheng Chan & Ors (CAMP13/2017), appeared on behalf of the defendants to resist an urgent renewed application for leave to appeal in respect of the discharge of interim relief (led by Bernard Man SC)

Re Shandong Chenming Paper Holdings Limited (HCCW 175/2017), appeared on behalf of the company and successfully discharged Mareva injunction (led by Linda Chan SC)

Ahmed Duhailan Al Duhailan v Enoi Europe Ltd (HCA 2458/2016), appeared on behalf of defendant and successfully resisted an O.14 application (sole advocate)

Chen Mei Huan (a.k.a. Liu Mei Huan Chen) v Silver Faith Holdings Limited (HCCW 111 of 2014), acted for the plaintiff to vary costs order nisi

Judicial Review

Kwok Cheuk Kin v Directors of Lands & Ors (HCAL 260/2015), acting for the Interested Party Heung Yee Kuk to oppose the application for judicial review in respect of the Small House Policy (led by David Pannick QC, Jat Sew-Tong SC and Jin Pao SC)


CIETAC Rules - appeared on behalf of the claimant at a 9-day trial in relation to a US$286 million claim arising from a share and purchase agreement (led by Linda Chan SC and with Eva Sit)



Research Assistant for Professor Louise Gullifer QC, The Law of Personal Property (2nd edition, 2017)

Research Assistant for Professor Ewan McKendrick QC, Goode on Commercial Law (5th edition, 2017)


Associate Editor, Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal (2014-15)

Associate Editor, Oxford University Undergraduate Law Journal (2011-12)

Further Information

Member, Committee on Companies Law, Hong Kong Bar Association


English, Cantonese and Mandarin